11 Helicopter Flight in Russa [30 photos to enjoy]

Helicopter Flight in Russa [30 photos to enjoy]

Posted on November 13, 2012 by team

Here is a selection of photographs of a Russian city Yekaterinburg taken from the helicopter in autumn 2012. The scale of the ambitious construction projects is better be seen from above.

Yekaterinburg is a big financial and industrial centre, the capital of the Urals. It has the forth biggest population in Russia.


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11 Responses to “Helicopter Flight in Russa [30 photos to enjoy]”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    And let’s not forget this city was the last home of the criminal Tsar Nicky II, as well as the site of a nasty accident of anthrax contamination in 1979. (the monument to a keyboard pales in comparison)

  2. Dev says:

    Those masses of high-rise apartments seem inhuman, cold and sterile. But I guess people make the best of it and live somewhat happy lives. [they have no choice.]

  3. Andrey says:

    Hey, I can see my house from here!
    Old one actually but it’s sweet anyway;)

  4. PK says:

    A mixture of 3 Architectural regimes. Feudalism, Socialism and Capitalism

  5. Marie says:

    PK you forgot about Stone Age, dear.

  6. Alex says:

    Everyone is so freaking smart here, but everyone inside asked himself: “damn, is this the way Russia looks? It’s very beautiful!” Our government tells us that Russia is third world country.

  7. tom says:

    The tower blocks are a breeding ground for the mafia, at least they’re all in one place, drop a bomb at 11am when they’re all asleep in bed and problem solved.

    • Alex says:

      Shove an ugly dick black cock up your mother’s pussy and she wouldn’t even notice, because so much nasty trash went trough that woman, that when her offspring grew up, it continued to stink. Lmao!

  8. al says:

    Nice pictures but…
    This looks like an other Russian city regards the high rise flats.
    Why are these anti social blocks built in the middle of “green fields/ forest/waste land” and why build upwards when there is so much spare horizontal ground available ?
    As long as there is a red and white striped chimney in view I guess every one is happy !

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